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  • Do Not Have Stem Cell Injections At A Chiropractor Clinic!

    Stem Cell Clinics telling patients that they are delivering placental stem cells or umbilical cord stem cells are scams whether they are run by chiropractors or any other clinician. All should be sued for fraud. All should be investigated by their state medical or chiropractor boards for fraudulent advertising.

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  • What imaging tools are important for a regenerative medicine surgeon?

    One of the most important steps in evaluating patients prior to making treatment recommendations is to use some form of imaging to see what the problem is. Along with a thorough history and physical exam, and special tests like blood work or neurologic tests, imaging adds another bit of information to help diagnose the source of the problem. One of my favorite imaging tools is this unique Trice Medical Mi-Ultra tablet. It looks like a tablet but it actually combines an ultrasound machine AND and a disposable in office diagnostic arthroscope! It is the only tablet that allows me to see both inside and outside the joint.

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  • Why bone marrow concentrate is the best regulatory compliant orthobiologic in the USA

    I just gave this lecture at the 2019 Interventional Orthopedics Foundation Annual Meeting. At the Dallas PRP and Stem Cell Institute we only use your own bone marrow as the source for stem cell procedures. Anything out of a bottle is either not legal or a scam so avoid those providers at all costs.

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  • How to find us on Social Media!

    My primary interests are sports medicine orthopedics, orthobiologics, and shoulder and knee surgery. Here are some ways to find more content on these topics!

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  • Listen Don Buford, MD on the latest Regenerative Medicine/Sports Medicine Podcast from Dr. Andrew Dold, MD

    My recent Regenerative Medicine podcast with Dr. Andrew Dold is now available! Dr. Dold is an orthopedic surgeon who has a sports medicine podcast just started on iTunes and Soundcloud. The first episode was with well known sports medicine orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Jim Andrews. In this episode 2 Dr. Dold and I talk about the growing use of orthobiologics in sports medicine to help patients recover from injuries with or without surgery. Have a listen! We are always trying to improve upon surgical and nonsurgical outcomes by augmenting our own native healing processes with orthobiologics.

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  • Want to get off of narcotics? Consider Orthobiologics

    One of our best options to fight the opioid epidemic (in orthopedics) is with orthobiologics. At the Dallas PRP and Stem Cell Institute we use platelet rich plasma and bone marrow derived stem cells for patients with chronic, painful orthopedic conditions like osteoarthritis.

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  • Fascinating story about Stem Cell Research and Academic Fraud at Harvard University

    On October 15, 2018 Gina Kolata of the NY Times published an article detailed Harvard University’s retraction of dozens of articles by cardiologist Dr. Piero Anversara. Dr. Anversa has published about 31 studies detailing how mesenchymal stem cells from bone marrow could be injected to regenerative cardiac (heart) muscle tissue. If true, the scientific find would have been revolutionary as a potential new treatment for patients who suffer heart attacks or other cardiac diseases.

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  • Another reason to avoid any products that don’t come from your own body

    On September 28, 2018, the Liveyon company started a product recall of their umbilical cord blood products produced by Genetech in San Diego because of contamination with E. coli. There is no reason to use a riskier allograft orthobiologic when there are more studied, cheaper, safer alternatives that come from our own bodies!

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  • Make sure your doctor or surgeon is checking the Platelet Rich Plasma on every case!

    Make sure your doctor or surgeon is checking the Platelet Rich Plasma on every case!

    We had a good example yesterday of how important it is to quantify the orthobiologic and also how much variance there can be in the same patient on the same day. Our first draw resulted in 12.43X LP-PRP with a nice shift away from granulocytes(decreased). The patient decided they wanted to treat an additional region so we drew more blood. About a 30 minute time interval max. Exact same tech, same doc, same centrifuge, same hematology machine, etc…. and this time the PRP was 7.29X LP-PRP with a shift away from granulocytes again.

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  • If you have chronic pain or are not recovering from an injury….give us a call!

    If you have chronic pain or are not recovering from an injury….give us a call!

    childhood injuries
    fell off my bike
    fell out of a tree

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